GM-Uzbekistan

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    GM withdraws from JV with Uzbek government

    2019-01-09T13:01:28Z

    General Motors has sold off its remaining stake in the GM Uzbekistan joint venture to state-owned company Uzavtosanoat, which held the majority stake in the company. GM Uzbekistan makes Ravon and Chevrolet vehicles at its plant in Asaka. Uzavtosanoat held a 75% stake in the company from 2008 but increased ...

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    GM Uzbekistan streamlines its supply chain

    2018-10-05T12:34:19Z

    GM’s joint venture with the government of Uzbekistan – GM Uzbekistan – is expected to make 220,000 vehicles this year, a 37% increase compared to 2017. The OEM has more than halved the delivery time of Cobalt and Malibu vehicles – the two most popular models in the domestic market, ...

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    GM Uzbekistan suspends vehicle sales over pricing

    2018-08-21T09:49:04Z

    GM Uzbekistan has suspended finished vehicle sales in Uzbekistan, after failing to carry through a price increase on the domestic market there. The move follows a similar suspension in Russia – its second biggest market after Uzbekistan – for more than two months on similar grounds. Speaking at a press ...

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    Uzbek government to buy GM’s stake in joint venture

    2018-06-11T15:36:53Z

    Uzbek state-owned vehicle-maker, UzAvtosanoat, is looking to buy GM’s remaining 10% stake in the joint venture it has with the US carmaker – GM Uzbekistan. The buyout is expected to be complete by the end of the year and follows UzAvtosanoat increasing its original 75% stake in the joint venture ...

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    GM-Uzbekistan plans production in Kyrgyzstan and Russia

    2018-01-23T11:33:41Z

    GM's joint venture with the government of Uzbekistan has revealed plans to open assembly plants in neighbouring Kyrgyzstan and in Russia. Jahongir Tillaev, director of sales and service for GM-Uzbekistan, said the move would benefit both the company and its customers, as it would ultimately bring down the price of ...